NEOM introduces ‘Treyam’ lagoon resort in Saudi Arabia

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NEOM’s Board of Directors has unveiled Treyam, an extraordinary resort nestled at the meeting point of the desert and the sea, promising guests a serene haven amidst breathtaking natural landscapes. This premier destination is the latest addition to NEOM, the dynamic regional development unfolding in northwest Saudi Arabia.

Positioned along the stunning Gulf of Aqaba, Treyam beckons visitors with its striking design and unparalleled luxury. Its bridge-like architecture spans across the azure lagoon, housing a lavish 250-room resort that seamlessly blends with the surrounding environment.

The resort’s innovative facade creates a mesmerizing illusion of a sunset, while its rooftop infinity pool offers guests a breathtaking panoramic view, providing an unforgettable experience suspended 36 meters above the sea.

Treyam is not just about relaxation; it’s a hub for adventure and exploration. From sailing and diving to a range of land-based activities, guests can immerse themselves in exhilarating pursuits. State-of-the-art wellness facilities, complemented by gourmet dining options, ensure a holistic experience.

Designed with sustainability in mind, Treyam harmoniously integrates into its coastal ecosystem, reflecting NEOM’s commitment to conservation and innovation. This unveiling follows NEOM’s recent initiatives for sustainable tourism across the Gulf of Aqaba, reinforcing the region’s dedication to preserving its natural beauty while embracing modernity.

With its fusion of futuristic architecture and natural wonders, Treyam sets a new standard for luxurious and sustainable resort escapades, offering visitors an unparalleled retreat just a stone’s throw away from THE LINE, NEOM’s groundbreaking urban development project.

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